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Columnist Donnie Brawner: "Knowing the value you bring to the table, being able to effectively communicate that and having confidence in your work is powerful."
Digital Editor Geoff Pickle wonders if new federal rules will stop scam texts from occurring.
Columnist Mark Holmes: "The next time you are frustrated with a co-worker, your boss is driving you nuts or your customers are a pain to deal with and you’re moved to complain about work, think again."
Executive Editor Christine Temple: "Disagreements will continue to arise in our community and in the daily course of business. For those of us willing, I hope we see the power and possibilities in learning to argue well."
Simmons Private Wealth's Andy Drennen: "The global transition to clean energy and the reshoring of American chip manufacturing could be the beginning of this century’s renaissance in technology made in the U.S.A."
Attorney Paul Satterwhite: "In what is likely to be seen as a landmark decision, the National Labor Relations Board recently issued a decision that immediately changes the legal landscape for severance agreements for certain employees."
Columnist Bennet Bodenstein suggests the alternative amid rising prices.
As pandemic concerns have cooled, return-to-office policies have become hot button; Editorial Vice President Eric Olson digs into RTO.
Columnist Bennet Bodenstein samples four selections he says pair well with food grilled outside.
Sen. Curtis Trent discusses the process taken by the state legislature.
Gabriel Cassady of creative agency 2 Oddballs LLC: "I have a hopeful vision of the future. But it will take massive, coordinated efforts to curb the devastating effects of what has long been predicted to be a Fourth Industrial Revolution."
Statehouse columnist Phill Brooks takes a look at local cases as Rep. George Santos faces allegations on the national stage.
Digital Editor Geoff Pickle considers ethical questions as AI is further developed.
Columnist Donnie Brawner: "We find significantly more success in finding the right cultural fit than we ever did when we hired purely on skills and abilities."
Columnist Bennet Bodenstein samples four beverages he says are for “the world of normal people.”
Executive Editor Christine Temple shares takeaways from No Ceiling, Season 3.
Consultant, professional speaker and author Mark Holmes: "We all face difficult circumstances and moments we cannot change, but our attitude is one thing we can control."
Columnist Bennet Bodenstein samples six selections for the holiday.
Tonia Castaneda of CVB: "The travel industry has become increasingly aware of the importance of providing full sensory accommodations for neurodiverse individuals and their families."
Editorial Vice President Eric Olson unpacks commercial real estate data for a snapshot analysis.
Urban Studios LLC, a natural light photography studio and pop-up event space, opened; the Missouri State University Foundation became the new owner of event venue The Old Glass Place; and Polk County’s dining scene expanded with the opening of Flat Creek.
Drury president resigns abruptly
Commercial project in the works near Campbell, Sunset
Chamber announces Small Business Award finalists
Volt Credit Union CEO takes job in Florida
Local entrepreneur wins World Series of Poker event